Microscopic endodontics is a modern technique for endodontically operating with excellent visualization.
Viewing the channels and measuring the depth are indispensable in the care.
Like the use of the latex dam, an indispensable element for the success of the treatment, modern microscopy also makes it possible to identify channels that cannot be appreciated in normal sight. These accessory channels must be treated like the other main channels for successful treatment.
Here you can see three phases of endodontic root canal closure up to the apex. The sealing of the canals is essential throughout their journey for proper Endodontic care. Subsequently, after closing the canals, the area of the bifurcation and the base of the crown are sealed with resistant materials. The last phase is characterized by the reconstruction of the crown cavity, then a conservative reconstruction is performed